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Weekly CD Surveillance Report


The weekly communicable disease surveillance report looks at a selection of reportable diseases in Oregon. The report presents case counts by report week and compares current data to historical trends. The report is only available for the current week. The weekly report is now available in an interactive dashboard on Tableau Public. Weekly data are preliminary and will change as cases are reported, reviewed and updated.

To view chlamydia, gonorrhea, HIV, congenital syphilis, early syphilis, and tuberculosis data, choose the disease from the ‘Select a disease to view” dropdown menu.


2019 STD Cases Reported in Oregon, by County (pdf)

Rates of STD infection by year, 2015-2019

Line graph: Reported cases of chlamydia, Oregon and US, 2015-2019. Cases are going up for both.
Figure 1. Rates are confirmed chlamydia cases in Oregon and United States per 100,000 population.

Line graph: Reported cases of gonorrhea, Oregon and US, 2015-2019. Cases are going up for both.
Figure 2. Rates are confirmed and probable gonorrhea cases in cases in Oregon and United States per 100,000 population.
Line graph: Reported cases of primary and secondary syphilis, Oregon and US, 2014-2019. Cases going up for both.

Figure 3. Rates are confirmed and probable primary and secondary syphilis cases in Oregon and United States per 100,000 population.

Line graph: Incidence of congenital syphilis, Oregon and US, 2015-2019. Oregon rates show a decline from 2018-2019.
Figure 4. Rates are confirmed and probable congenital syphilis cases in Oregon and United States per 100,000 population.

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance 2019. Atlanta: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; 2021. See CDC website for case definitions.

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